The Bedford Channel Society operates boathouses and storage
for the use of the local non-motorized watersports organizations and their members.

 

 


For information about the sports groups using the facilities, click a photo for website, or for email.
Mailing address: Bedford Channel Society, PO Box 874, Fort Langley. V1M

 

CANOE & KAYAK
Fort Langley Canoe Club provides recreational and competitive canoeing for all ages, in the four distinct disciplines, below, together with training courses, regattas and re-enactment events.

Fort Langley Canoe Club - FLCC

 

ROWING

Three clubs combine to provide rowing and sculling opportunities for all ages.

Fort Langley Youth Rowing Society - FLYRS
Fort Langley Community Rowing Club - FLCRC
University of Fraser Valley Rowing Program - UFV

Dragon Boats

Exciting racing for teams of twenty paddlers in high-speed action.

FLYRS

The FLYRS is committed to providing excellence in rowing for youths.

Outriggers

Races from 1-40km make this technical boat an endurance, too

FLCRC

Recreational, training and competitive rowing for all ages and skills.

Voyageurs

Recreational, social and reenactments in canoes with up to 10 paddlers.

UFV

A varsity programme of excellence for the students of UFV.

Kayaks

Classes, Competitions & Camps for all ages in a variety of kayaks.

 

 

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BCS recommends that sportspeople carry Low-Dose Aspirin to be administered in the event of a heart attack